The Tryco Tunes "sounds" may be ok to use, if you exclusively use only the sounds you’ve purchased. That agreement does not allow you to use them to create a new arrangement and make and distribute the new recordings using sounds they have not authorized you to use. Sorry. Your recordings are not exclusively using those Tryco sounds. The band is playing live. You’re using the melodies and lyrics of copyrighted music. Where in your agreement with Tryco does it give you permission to recreate the lyrics? Nowhere. I know those sound companies. They cannot offer you something to which they themselves have not acquired the rights. The sounds you purchased are being used to create an arrangement of protected works, of which you are not authorized to reproduce on video.
There’s no issue here on the legalities of your live performances. As I said, I suspect the bars you played at paid their flat rate ASCAP fee. Evertime a bar opens, ASCAP shows up a few weeks later. It’s the recording of the performance and distribution of the performance which contains protected works. That is the legal issue at hand, not the fact that you performed these works to begin with.
JB, trust me. Copyright is what I do for a living. It pays my bills.
I didn’t want to make a huge issue of this. But, I’m not going to be corrected when I’m right. What you’re doing (publically displaying motion pictures which contain protected works) is illegal. You can do as you wish. I’m not the police, so I’m not going to arrest you. But, at least I’ve done my part to give you fair warning.
*edited due to some really bad typos. ouch. I was typing way too fast!